In this week’s episode of Coastal Insights, join us as we visit with Albert Marshall, the creator of the two-eyed seeing concept, balancing Indigenous knowledge and contemporary science. We will also be joined by Indigenous fisheries scientist, Andrea Jane Reid, as we examine how this concept is being used today.
This paper, lead by scientists at Simon Fraser University and co-authored by two Raincoast biologists, finds that Canada’s Wild Salmon Policy has failed to improve the conservation of Pacific salmon since its adoption in 2005…
By Larry Pynn, Vancouver Sun
Environmental groups say tens of thousands of non-target salmon are being wasted in the pink fishery on BC’s north coast…
The Huffington Post
January 6, 2011
By Chris Genovali and Misty MacDuffee
As last year’s returning wild Pacific salmon headed upstream, scientists spawned a thought-provoking proposal about how taking less salmon might bring more benefits to both ecosystems and economies…
By Judith Lavoie, Victoria Times Colonist, October 22, 2010
Entire ecosystems rely on salmon and humans are taking more than their share, a new study concludes. The paper calls for a shift in fishing plans to protect other species….